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We welcome you, whatever your tradition, gender, race, class, sexual orientation, or age, to our vibrant, caring community. The congregation bustles with activity, not only on Sundays but throughout the week. Feel free to explore our website. Experience an even warmer welcome by joining us online or in-person.
Application Deadline: December 15
Our congregation is currently seeking a new Office Administrator. This role facilitates the ongoing operations and communications of the church and supports a vibrant, connected congregational life. The Office Administrator works collaboratively and creatively with staff and congregational leadership, maintains vendor relationships, and provides regular information to accounting services. This position serves as a hub of information and creates a welcoming, organized environment for all who come into contact with the congregation. Click the button below for more information about the position and how to apply. Thank you for your interest!
We will not back down or turn away from oppression but fight against it. We want the world to know our congregation takes a firm stand against racism in its many forms and communicate our commitment to the journey of ensuring that Black Lives Matter.
Rev. Lisa grew up Unitarian Universalist in Rochester, N.Y. from the age of 7. She has served congregations in New York, Michigan, and Minnesota for the past 26 years. She is passionate about building strong, multigenerational communities that make a difference in the world and is excited to join UUCM in shared ministry. Outside of congregational life, she is active in Unitarian Universalism teaching UU history, mentoring new ministers, and supporting congregations through times of change and growth. In her spare time, she loves to bake, garden, and travel. Rev. Lisa lives in Northeast Minneapolis with her husband and has two young-adult sons, Ben and Sam.
Weekly Minister's Message
Each Wednesday, Rev. Lisa shares a pastoral video message with the congregation about the state of the church and the state of our world. This message is available on our Facebook page, the UUCM Happenings news and announcements blog, and our Friday Update email newsletter (subscribe here).
The Soul Matters worship theme for November is CHANGE
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November 27 at 10:00 AM
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"What Do We Hold On To? - Navigating Unwelcome Change"
Led by Jill Braithwaite, Ministerial Intern
It’s a truism that change is the only constant in life. Much of it comes to us unbidden and unwelcome. What can we hold on to when life throws unwanted changes at us? What values or practices make a difference as we navigate unwelcome paths?
Please use the weekly Zoom information below. Gather online starting at 9:30 AM and stay after the service for social time.
ZOOM LINK: A special link was sent to the Friday Update email list that includes an embedded password. If you did not receive this email, please click on the link below AND contact UUCM Tech Support at 612-486-2656 to request this week's password.
To join worship with video, click on this link: https://zoom.us/j/99559766169
For audio only, dial (312) 626-6799 and use meeting ID 995 5976 6169
TECH SUPPORT: If you need assistance on Sunday, please contact UUCM tech support at 612-486-2656.
Once you enter the meeting, you will be placed in a "waiting room" and we will manually welcome you in. If you’re new to Zoom or would like some extra help, we’ve created an instruction document that take you through how to install and use Zoom.
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